Low earners disproportionately more likely to respond to increases in state pension age by working longer
Centre for Ageing Better
25 Jan 2022
New research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and funded by Ageing Better reveals that the rise in the state pension age has increased employment rates of 65 year olds, but the effects have not been felt equally.
How can devolution in England help us to age better?
11 Jan 2022
By working at a regional and local level we can make greater improvements to people’s lives. For this to happen more places need to take a collaborative and strategic approach to ageing, focused on addressing inequalities.
Why the Social Care White Paper is right to make housing a focus
10 Dec 2021
Over 4 million homes fail the basic health and safety tests, and over half of people who live in these are over 55. We need strong leadership to make sure housing is not left out of our health and care system.
In 2021, the government proposed regulations introducing requirements for individuals to be nudged to obtain appropriate pensions guidance by trustees and managers of occupational pension schemes. The government has now published its response to this consultation, alongside a summary of the responses.
Estimates suggest a further 2.7m jobs will be created in the UK by 2030 but the workforce is ageing rapidly, resulting in fewer people of working age to support the economy. This presentation calls on a new government workforce strategy to address this challenge.